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    (Original post by HiBear)
    i baked brownies today. :coma:
    Congratulations. However, we must remember that it is no chocolate fudge cake. :sad:
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    (Original post by Jessaay!)
    Technically, but it'd probably be best to do it before that. Look up the terms and conditions now though because I may be wrong.
    I am trying to find the page with terms and conditions now. My mum tells me not to bother about money, but I'd hate tto wwaste it and get dissapointed anyway
    (Original post by fatal)
    I def sat it waiting for my AS results I applyed for Medicine knowing my UKCAT score etc, I thought that was what you're supposed to do?? Barely anyone's grades are certain so I say go for it You might do fantastically well! Are you applying to medicine this october? I know we've chatted about this before but my memory is craaap!
    Don't worry, I can refresh your memory, basically, because my GCSE's are largely non-existent/crap, the only thing that can save me is a good UKCAT score and known A-levels. So whether i apply or not depends on my results, really. If you can remember I asked you about glasgow requirements
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    (Original post by fatal)
    I love the chocolate fudgy cream.
    I love it heated with icecream.
    Any chocolate cake is good.
    The last time I had chocolate fudge cake was the 11th July.
    The next time I may have chocolate cake will be either my birthday or my friend's wedding.

    :woo:
    Oh my, you have raised a stellar combination there. The glory of chocolate fudge cake can only be increased when ice cream and heat are added. :coma:

    By the way, I'm loving the precise date. :yy:
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    I'm not going to ever say the chocolate fudge cake thing in real life, unless I want people laughing at me. "Chocolate fudge ceeerk". The name Cakeface will not die :p:
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    (Original post by jonnyofengland)
    Congratulations. However, we must remember that it is no chocolate fudge cake. :sad:
    but but but :emo:

    it's better than nothing :p:
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    (Original post by jonnyofengland)
    Oh my, you have raised a stellar combination there. The glory of chocolate fudge cake can only be increased when ice cream and heat are added. :coma:

    By the way, I'm loving the precise date. :yy:
    NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO
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    (Original post by Jessaay!)
    Why does this little speech look familiar? :holmes:

    My favourite things about chocolate fudge cake is the sweet, melty texture chocolate fudge cake has when you put a piece of chocolate fudge cake in your mouth. The only negative I have about chocolate fudge cake is that chocolate fudge cake makes me thirsty and feel sick after eating too much and I don't often like chocolate fudge cake warm and also chocolate fudge cake is really expensive. I prefer the home made variant of chocolate fudge cake because usually it tastes much better than the E-numbered chocolate fudge cake sauce you get from store bought chocolate fudge cake. I last had chocolate fudge cake a few weeks ago when I went to a nice restaurant with a few friends but I had to share this chocolate fudge cake with another friend because we didn't have enough money to get our own pieces of chocolate fudge cake. I may have chocolate fudge cake in Lourdes but it's more likely to be Creme Brulee than chocolate fudge cake but we can always hope that it will be chocolate fudge cake.
    Why is it familiar? Have you seen it before? I pretty much made it up on the spot. :unsure:

    Fantastic effort though on the paragraph. Although I'm sorry to hear about sharing. :console: One day, when I am in power, no man, woman or child will have to go without chocolate fudge cake.

    I will also ensure that every street has underfloor heating. Of course, this might mean that trivialities like welfare, education and defence get their budgets cut, but I shall be sticking to my principles.

    Vote Jonny!
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    (Original post by Jessaay!)
    I'm not going to ever say the chocolate fudge cake thing in real life, unless I want people laughing at me. "Chocolate fudge ceeerk". The name Cakeface will not die :p:
    I kinda like your nickname
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    (Original post by normalothercitrusfruit)
    I only ever have chocolate cake, never chocolate fudge cake

    (I thought i'd go along with the change of subject :p:)
    Heathen, GTFO. :p:

    I have now responded to every post about chocolate fudge cake. :proud:
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    (Original post by jonnyofengland)
    Oh my, you have raised a stellar combination there. The glory of chocolate fudge cake can only be increased when ice cream and heat are added. :coma:

    By the way, I'm loving the precise date. :yy:
    WELL theres a story behind that I'm not some date-remembering monkey

    My friend was over from Bristol and it was the day before the 12th weekend in Northern Ireland!

    (Original post by AutVinceriAutMori)
    Don't worry, I can refresh your memory, basically, because my GCSE's are largely non-existent/crap, the only thing that can save me is a good UKCAT score and known A-levels. So whether i apply or not depends on my results, really. If you can remember I asked you about glasgow requirements
    Right now I remember I stick with my advice to just go ahead, some universities will take into account your extenuating circumstances and probably admire your tenacity!
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    (Original post by jonnyofengland)
    Why is it familiar? Have you seen it before? I pretty much made it up on the spot. :unsure:

    Fantastic effort though on the paragraph. Although I'm sorry to hear about sharing. :console: One day, when I am in power, no man, woman or child will have to go without chocolate fudge cake.

    I will also ensure that every street has underfloor heating. Of course, this might mean that trivialities like welfare, education and defence get their budgets cut, but I shall be sticking to my principles.

    Vote Jonny!
    I don't know, maybe I'm going insane or maybe I talk about Chocolate fudge cake too much so that paragraph smelt of DAAY JAAAH VOOO.

    I will vote Jonny :adore: When are you running?
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    (Original post by jonnyofengland)
    Why is it familiar? HBrotherave you seen it before? I pretty much made it up on the spot. :unsure:

    Fantastic effort though on the paragraph. Although I'm sorry to hear about sharing. :console: One day, when I am in power, no man, woman or child will have to go without chocolate fudge cake.

    I will also ensure that every street has underfloor heating. Of course, this might mean that trivialities like welfare, education and defence get their budgets cut, but I shall be sticking to my principles.

    Vote Jonny!
    No, with or without chocolate cake! Down with The Big Brother Jonny!
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    (Original post by jonnyofengland)
    Heathen, GTFO. :p:
    :cry:

    but may I put forward the idea that chocolate fudge cake would be improved with the addition of Cornish clotted cream? :yep:
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    (Original post by normalothercitrusfruit)
    :cry:

    but may I put forward the idea that chocolate fudge cake would be improved with the addition of Cornish clotted cream? :yep:
    Only if you want a heart attack :holmes:
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    (Original post by Jessaay!)
    Only if you want a heart attack :holmes:
    Well you know my attitude towards being healthy :rolleyes:

    But seriously, Cornish clotted cream ftw!!!! :drool:
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    (Original post by fatal)
    Right now I remember I stick with my advice to just go ahead, some universities will take into account your extenuating circumstances and probably admire your tenacity!
    Thanks! At least I have time to prepare for UKCAT, and get some work exp! I can get tenacious when I hear "No!" I e-mailed most of the universities, and most of them told me to wait until I get my results before contacting them again :unsure:
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    (Original post by fatal)
    what is actual fascism?
    I had a history lesson in Year 9 on Italian fascism. I copied the title down wrong and as such thought it was a lesson all about italian fashion.

    I haven't had a clue since.
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    (Original post by jonnyofengland)
    I had a history lesson in Year 9 on Italian fascism. I copied the title down wrong and as such thought it was a lesson all about italian fashion.

    I haven't had a clue since.
    :rofl:
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    (Original post by normalothercitrusfruit)
    :top: certainly did, thanks

    You seem very different since you changed your picture, you even type differently :ninja: :p:
    No problem. :awesome:

    That's because my new picture is pro - I mean who doesn't think Dr. Mario is the greatest thing ever?

    But how do you mean very different? :unsure: I haven't been actively trying to do anything different.
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    (Original post by jonnyofengland)
    No problem. :awesome:

    That's because my new picture is pro - I mean who doesn't think Dr. Mario is the greatest thing ever?

    But how do you mean very different? :unsure: I haven't been actively trying to do anything different.
    Your new picture is very good, nearly as good as mine :yep:

    You do seem different though, maybe it's only because you seem to have more time now to actually talk rather than post footbally things which don't interest me :p:
 
 
 
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